Passeio Gaúcho de dia, partindo de Buenos Aires: Rancho Santa Susana
Faça uma excursão guiada para algumas das atrações de Santa Susana, incluindo o museu e a igreja, antes de apreciar um passeio de carruagem puxada por cavalo ou um passeio a cavalo para explorar o terreno do rancho.
De volta ao rancho, saboreie um delicioso almoço com parrillada (churrasco argentino) com especialidades grelhadas, como linguiças e frango, acompanhado de salada e bebida (vinho tinto e branco, refrigerante, água e café). Depois, tome um gole de mate (bebida argentina com folhas de erva mate em infusão de água quente) e finalize com um pastelito (sobremesa)!
Durante o almoço, divirta-se com tango e um show folclórico de músicas e danças clássicas, e assista a um excitante show de boleadoras , com arremesso de facas usadas pelos gaúchos. Depois do almoço, começa a verdadeira diversão, você assiste os gaúchos demonstrarem suas incríveis habilidades no rancho. Impressione-se com a corrida de argolas (conhecida como la sortija), o arrebanhar de animais e a corrida de cuadreras , um típico jogo gaúcho.
Ao final de seu dia de diversão no rancho, você será levado de volta a Buenos Aires e desembarcará no centro da cidade.
- Almoço com churrasco argentino
- Guias falantes de inglês e espanhol
- Passeio à cavalo
- Traslado compartilhado de ida e volta
- Embarque no hotel
- Gorjetas (opcionais)
- Desembarque no hotel
- A confirmação será recebida durante a reserva
- Nome e número do passaporte, data de nascimento, data de validade e país do passaporte são necessários para as reservas de TODOS os participantes
- IMPORTANTE: você deve trazer seu passaporte no momento da excursão já que pode haver verificações durante a viagem
Be sure to bring mosquito repellent! Nice day in the country. Superb dancers, lots of good meat, fun to watch the Gaucho's in action.
We had a lot of fun at the ranch, although I thought the horse ride was okay, but just slightly disappointing. This was obviously a popular trip, and it was crowded, so the wait to get on the horse was long. I understand they are trying to maximize the visit, but it would probably be better to stagger the arrival times so that the wait to ride wasn't so long. I think we waited about 30 - 40 minutes for a 10 minute ride. The other thing is the pick up from the hotel was later than we were told on our voucher, so perhaps it would be better to coordinate that a little better. We were told 930 AM, the pick up escort was told 950 AM and the actual pick up was closer to 1000 AM or a little after. We were sitting in our hotel lobby for 30 minutes waiting for the pick up, and that time could have been better spent. I'd still go on the tour, but I would be prepared for delays.
The ranch was lovely and the Gouchos were great. Fantastic skills display at the end and the entertainment of the dancers and folk singers was excellent. Very interesting to look around the ranch house as it was left. The food and wine was plentiful, but a few sauces would have been nice as you get a bit 'meat overload' when it's plain, or a few potatoes they did have salad. And the empanadas on arrival were the best I've ever tasted. The ride around the paddock on a horse was sedate, so brilliant for anyone to have a go even if you've never sat on a horse before. I personally would have liked to do a little more as a novice rider back home, but I can understand it keeps it safer that they just walk around.
It was one of the best excursion I had.
Was a great day start to finish. Our guide, Eileen, and our driver were excellent. Very enjoyable. They accommodated a vegetarian on the trip - even in the meat loving experience of the gauchos.